Tag Archives: journaling

What’s Journal Writing All About? Thoughts from Mari L. McCarthy

Last year’s first-ever Journaling Expo was a big success. Attendees at that time let us know that they’d love to participate in such an event at least once a year. So we are thrilled to return now with the 2nd … Continue reading

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Are We There Yet? Journaling Expo is Almost Here!

Next Sunday, January 12, the 2014 Journaling Expo will bring together a large crowd of journal writers to celebrate the practice that brings them comfort, self-knowledge, inner healing, and a host of other benefits. Expo sponsor CreateWriteNow, founded by Mari … Continue reading

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What is Journaling for Creativity?

A Guest Post by Andrew Shackcloth What is Journaling for Creativity and who would benefit from including it in their lives? Journaling for creativity is not a single journaling practice. It is a concept that uses a collection of many … Continue reading

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Journaling through the Holidays

A Guest Post by Tina Games How Personal Writing Can Ease Stress and Bring More Joy to the Season While the holiday season can be quite joyous, it can also bring up a lot of stress and overwhelm – and … Continue reading

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Meet Nathan Ohren, Write4Life Coach

Concluding our series of posts spotlighting the 2014 featured Expo presenters is this delightful set of responses from Nathan Ohren, host of JournalTalk, a bi-weekly podcast featuring expert advice and inspiration on journal-writing. Nathan will be speaking on the topic of Journaling … Continue reading

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Finding Your Journaling Voice

A Guest Post by Debra DiPietro “I don’t know what to write about… is there a voice lost-and-found box somewhere?” People who know I have a blog and love to write have been coming to me recently with this question: … Continue reading

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Meet Lynda Monk, MSW, RSW, CPCC

This week we feature Expo 2014 presenter, Lynda Monk. You can find official bios both on this site and on her CreativeWellnessWorks site. But for now, please enjoy Lynda’s responses to a few burning questions. Where did you spend your … Continue reading

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How to Activate the Law of Attraction Through Journaling

A Guest Post by Michael Pearlman Many people use journaling as a way of releasing events of the day or working through specific issues. The concept of stream of consciousness journaling via Morning Pages was introduced by Julia Cameron in … Continue reading

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Writing from the Zero Point: Making Meaning through Spiritual Journaling

A Guest Post by Julie Tallard Johnson “Make your own Bible. Select and collect all the words and sentences that in all your readings have been to you like the blast of a trumpet.”  ­–Ralph Waldo Emerson Writing from the zero point … Continue reading

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What to Put on the First Page of Your Art Journal

A guest post by Quinn McDonald New journals are exciting–the possibility, the fresh approach, the hope you will be as filled with opportunity as the journal is filled with pages. And then that clutch of fear: the. first. page. Suddenly … Continue reading

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